Brick screen wall, New Delhi, by Anagram Architects

Anagram Architects, New Delhi, brick screen wall

This brick screening wall by Anagram Architects, New Delhi, is a reminder of how imaginatively brick can be used. I’m not a fan of brick, and that’s an understatement, but context is everything. Brick works in places where the red soil from which the brick is made made is evident, and that’s not Vancouver. This wall flanks the South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre, a Delhi-based NGO. It’s strangely reminiscent of the wall in Harry Potter whose bricks rotate in a complicated sequence and then magically open out onto Diagon Alley. The bricks in this wall, too, seem to be moving. From Indian by Design.

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6 Responses to “Brick screen wall, New Delhi, by Anagram Architects”

  1. Kavita Rayirath Says:

    Thank you for linking this. 🙂

  2. Eva Says:

    Awesome! Reminds me very much of the architect Hoeger in Hamburg, 1920ies:
    http://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Datei:Hamburg.Reemtsma.Details.wmt.jpg&filetimestamp=20050523191414

  3. tj Says:

    This is beautiful!!

  4. VM Design Says:

    This is really mind blowing, a nice piece of architectural design.

  5. Rajan Says:

    Well! this is something I have something never seen
    see that is ultimate.

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